is the most militarized border in the world called the dmz, ironically. clinton said it kept him up at night. there's all these land mines for miles and miles and miles. they have to go to china. so invading would be a complete horror. and what's the worst part is all the people in the concentration camps, and you can see them on google earth, and, you know, really, really awful what's happening right now. they're all told if we get invaded, we're going to kill all of you, and we're burning the camps down. just like the nazis tried to do. do so -- it'll get wheels turning in the right direction. like how do you save a people who have been so and oppressed for so long? another metaphor i always use the slaves after the american war where for decades it was horrible for them and not comparing tragedies, but in north korea it's amazing. i mean, at least in the south they were in a semi-free state. this is just a complete nightmare system. so we see increasingly these media companies going into north korea and producing documentary content. why does north korea let these people into the country?